in collaboration with

March 25 - 29, 2007
Norfolk, VA

Norfolk Marriott Waterside
Conference Direct /
Hotel Direct
(groupcode: SCSSCSA)

General Chair

Dr. Maurice J. Ades
Westinghouse Savannah River Company, USA

Vice General Chair
Dr. Hassan Rajaei
Bowling Green State University, USA

Program Chair
Michael J. Chinni

Exhibits Chair
Steve Branch


Sponsored by
The Society for Modeling and Simulation International
P.O. Box 17900
San Diego, CA  92177-7900
Tel: 858-277-3888
Fax: 858-277-3930

in collaboration with

Spring Simulation Multiconference 2007 (SpringSim'07)

Final Program & Session Schedule


General Information

Registration   Norfolk Ballroom Gallery / Foyer (First Floor)
Sunday, 11:00am-7:00pm
Monday-Wednesday, 7:00am-5:00pm
Exhibit Area   Norfolk Ballroom IV, V, & VI (First Floor)
Monday, 5:00pm - 7:30pm
Tuesday-Wednesday, 9:30am-5:00pm
Speaker's Breakfast    Franklin II & Shangri-La III (Second Floor)
Service 7:00am-8:00am
Coffee Breaks   Norfolk Ballroom Gallery / Foyer (First Floor)
Service/Times as follows:
AM Coffee Break 10:00-10:30am
PM Coffee Break 3:00-3:30pm
Reception   Norfolk Ballroom IV, V, & VI (First Floor) 
Monday, 5:00pm - 7:30pm


SCS Meetings at SpringSim07

bullet Sunday, March 25
bullet SCS Executive Committee Meeting: Yorktown IV, 9:00am-5:00pm
bullet SpringSim'07 Pre-Conference Meeting: Marriott 5, 3:00pm-4:30pm
bullet SpringSim'08 Planning Meeting: Marriott 5, 4:30pm-6:00pm
bullet BIS Pre-Conference Meeting: Marriott 5, 6:00pm-7:00pm
bullet Monday, March 26
bullet ADS, ANSS & DAFM 2008 Planning Committee Meeting: Franklin II / Shangri La III, 12:00am-1:30pm
bullet Tuesday, March 27
bullet CNS, HPC & SSSS 2008 Planning Committee Meeting:  Franklin II / Shangri La III, 12:00am-1:30pm
bullet Wednesday, March 28
bullet BIS, DEVS, MMS 2008 Planning Committee Meeting: Franklin II / Shangri La III, 12:00am-1:30pm


Conference Keynote Address
Monday March 26, 8:30 - 10:00


SCS/SISO Joint Plenary Keynotes
Monday March 26, 10:30 - 12:00


Technical Program
Monday March 26, 1:30 - 5:00
Tuesday March 27, 8:30 - 5:00
Wednesday March 28, 8:30 - 5:00


Conference Keynote Address    Monday March 26, 8:30 - 10:00


Current Status and Future of Computer Modeling, Simulation, and Games (MS&G)

Mike McGinnis, Ph.D.
Executive Director
Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center


The research and development of computer models, simulations and games has evolved over the past several decades into an industry and academic discipline that are critical to the Nation's continued leadership in mathematics, science and engineering.  Dr. McGinnis will discuss the current state of computer modeling, simulations and games (MS&G), the economic impact of the industry in the Hampton Roads region, and future challenges and growth areas for MS&G research and development.

Bio. of Dr. McGinnis

Mike McGinnis joined Old Dominion University on 10 June 2006 as the Executive Director of the Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center (VMASC). Prior to assuming this position Brigadier General (Ret) McGinnis served for seven years as Professor and Department Head of the Systems Engineering Department, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York.

Mike’s previous Army modeling, simulation and analysis assignments include Director of the U.S. Army Unit Manning Task Force, Director of the U.S. Army TRADOC Analysis Center at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, and Director of the U.S. Military Academy Operations Research Center.

He has served on key government engineering, modeling, simulation and analysis committees to bring about change at the Army and Department of Defense levels. These include the National Academy of Sciences Committee on Defense Modeling, Simulation and Analysis, the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Systems Engineering Forum, the U.S. Army OneSAF Architecture Working Group, Senior Reviewer for the Army Standards Nomination and Approval Process for Semi-Automated Forces, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Modeling and Simulation Committee, and the Deputy Undersecretary of the Army for Operations Research and Systems Analysis (ORSA) Advisory Committee.

Doctor McGinnis is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy and has Masters of Science degrees in Applied Mathematics and Operations Research from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a Ph.D. from the University of Arizona in Systems and Industrial Engineering. He attended the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth and the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island where he earned a Masters of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies.

Mike’s professional and scholarly body of work includes three national awards and over 40 published and peer-reviewed papers published during 17 years of working in the fields of systems engineering and operations research domains. Reflecting his contributions to military operations research, Mike has been a regular member of U.S. delegations to foreign nations as part of the Deputy Undersecretary of the Army for Operations. Doctor McGinnis has been honored with the 1995 Military Operations Research Society Rist Prize, the 2004 Military Operations Research Society Barchi Prize, and the ‘best paper’ for the 2005 Interservice/ Industry Training, Simulation & Education Conference (I/ITSEC) Research and Development Track. He was inducted into Who’s Who in Engineering Education in 2005.

SCS/SISO Joint Plenary Keynotes    Monday March 26, 10:30-12:00

   Modeling, Simulation and Parallel Computation: The Future is Now

Richard M. Fujimoto
Computational Science & Engineering Division
Georgia Institute of Technology


The computing industry has reached an inflection point. Exponential clock speed improvements that have driven computer system performance advances over the last several decades have reached a plateau due to power consumption and heat dissipation constraints. While Moore's Law, which predicts exponentially increasing microelectronic circuit density over time, is expected to continue into the next decade, it is clear that further hardware performance increases will result primarily from multi-core circuits that rely on parallel processing rather than improved clock rates. It is clear that successful exploitation of parallel processing will be critical to achieve sustained growth in computation power in the years ahead. While advanced technologies such as quantum computing offer great long term potential, widespread deployment of such technologies is many years away, and parallel processing will likely remain an important concern even after such new technologies become commercially viable.

These developments will have a profound impact on the modeling and simulation industry. The industry has long relied upon increased computer performance to be able to keep pace with the need to model systems of continually increasing complexity and scale. While the need to simulate larger, more complex systems will continue into the foreseeable future, our ability to simulate such systems with sequential software will be diminishing in the years ahead. Long a "nice to have" capability, parallel simulation will increasingly become a "must have." However, many major hurdles remain before parallel execution can become widely exploited. Development of scalable parallel simulation software, easy to use synchronization techniques, effective load balancing and resource allocation approaches, automated fault tolerance, and time shared use of computing platforms each by itself presents a formidable challenge, yet must all become straightforward or automatic if widespread adoption of parallel simulation methods is to be successful. I will describe some of these challenges and speculate on potential solution approaches that might be deployed to addressing this growing dilemma.


Dr. Richard Fujimoto is Professor and Chair of the Computational Science and Engineering Division in the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He received the Ph.D. degree from the University of California at Berkeley in 1983 in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering as well as an M.S. degree from UC-Berkeley in 1980, and B.S. degrees from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana in 1977 and 1978 in Computer Science and Computer Engineering. He has been an active researcher in the parallel and distributed simulation community since 1985, and has published numerous technical papers and three books on this topic and parallel computation. He led the development of parallel/distributed simulation software systems including the Georgia Tech Time Warp (GTW) simulation executive and the Federated Simulation Development Kit (FDK), both of which have been distributed worldwide. Fujimoto led the working group that defined the time management services for the High Level Architecture (HLA).


   Modeling and Simulation in Education

Dr. Roseann Runte
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, Virginia

Bio. of Dr. Runte

Roseann Runte became president of Old Dominion University on July 1, 2001. She previously served as President of Victoria University, Principal of Glendon College, and President of l'Université Sainte-Anne.

Dr. Runte has remained faithful to her love of students and the classroom, teaching at least one course each year. In addition, she continues to write academic, creative, and editorial pieces.

She has served on numerous boards and commissions including UNESCO, the Club of Rome, the National Bank of Canada, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, the Foundation for International Training, EXPO 2000, and the Southern Commission on Colleges. She is President of the American Council of Education's Commission on International Education and a member of the International Parliament of Cultures.

Dr. Runte has been awarded the Order of Canada, the French Order of Merit, fellowship in the Royal Society, a prize from the French Academy and a number of honorary degrees.

Technical Program

bullet Agent-Directed Simulation (ADS)
bullet 40th Annual Simulation Symposium (ANSS)
bullet Business and Industry Symposium (BIS)
bullet 10th Communications and Networking Simulation Symposium (CNS)
bullet DOD Architecture Framework Modeling (DAFM)
bullet DEVS Integrative M&S Symposium (DEVS)
bullet High Performance Computing Symposium (HPC)
bullet Military Modeling and Simulation Symposium (MMS) [ Co-Sponsored by the DoD Modeling and Simulation Steering Committee ]
bullet Symposium on Simulation Software Security (SSSS)

Agent-Directed Simulation (ADS)
bullet General Chair: Dr. Tuncer Ören, Ottawa University
bullet Program Chairs:
bullet Gregory Madey, University of Notre Dame
bullet Levent Yilmaz, Auburn University
bullet Dr. Maarten Sierhuis, NASA Ames Research Center

ADS Locations at-a-Glance

bullet Monday => Marriott 7 (Marriott Ballroom - Fourth Floor)
bullet Tuesday & Wednesday => Hampton 8 (Hampton Roads Ballroom - Third Floor)

Session 1: Agent Taxonomies
Monday, 1:30pm - 3:00pm

bullet Towards A Taxonomy of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems
bullet Lisa Moya and Andreas Tolk
bullet An Ontology-Based Dictionary of Understanding as a Basis for Software Agents with Understanding Abilities
bullet Tuncer Oren, Nasser Ghasem-Aghaee and Levent Yilmaz
bullet Taxonomy for the Modeling and Simulation of Emergent Behavior Systems
bullet Thomas Holland

Session 2: Applications
Monday, 3:30pm - 5:00pm

bullet A Hybrid Simulation Model For Studying Acute Inflammatory Response
bullet Wayne Wakeland, Louis Macovsky and Gary An
bullet Fault-Tolerant Simulation Systems And Monitoring Using Intelligent Mobile Agent Technology
bullet Bob DeAnna and Bob Peterson
bullet Agent-based Simulation of Shuttle Mission Operations
bullet Maarten Sierhuis, Thomas E. Diegelman, Chin Seah, Valerie Shalin, William J. Clancey and Albert M. Selvin

Session 3: Agent Architectures and Coordination Models
Tuesday, 8:30am - 10:00am

bullet An Agent-Supported Simulation Architecture for Manufacturing Systems
bullet Nancy Ruiz, Adriana Giret and Vicente Botti
bullet Fighting Fire with Agents - An Agent Coordination Model for Simulated Firefighting
bullet Daniel Moura and Eugénio Oliveira
bullet An Agent-Supported Simulation Framework for Metric-Aware Dynamic Fidelity Modeling
bullet Amy Castner, Ilya Chukhman, Edward Colbert, Markus Dale, Bessie Lewis and David Zaret

Session 4: Applications
Tuesday, 10:30am - 12:00pm

bullet Consideration of Fluctuation and Factors in Election with a Simulation Model
bullet Teruhiko Yoneyama and Mukkai Krishnamoorthy
bullet Exploring the Impact of Employee Turnover on the Effectiveness of Software Development Team Archetypes
bullet Levent Yilmaz
bullet Human Behavior And Social Network Simulation: Fuzzy Sets/Logic And Agents-Based Approach
bullet Elkosantini Sabeur and Denis Gien

Session 5: Agent Organization Modeling
Tuesday, 1:30pm - 3:00pm

bullet Using the MANA Agent-Based Simulation Tool to Evaluate and Compare the Effectiveness of Ground-Based and Airborne Communications Jammers in Countering the IED Threat to Ground Convoys
bullet Umit Ayvaz, Murat Dere and Yao Ming Tiah
bullet Agent-based Modeling of Interdependencies in Critical Infrastructures through UML
bullet Valeria Cardellini, Emiliano Casalicchio and Emanuele Galli
bullet Evolving Multi-Agent Network Structure with Organizational Learning
bullet Il-Chul Moon and Kathleen M. Carley

Session 6: Applications
Tuesday, 3:30pm - 5:00pm

bullet The MIND Agents in NetLogo
bullet Sule Yildirim, Gregory Dam and James Houk
bullet Towards understanding: study of the community using modeling and simulation
bullet Yongqin Gao and Greg Madey
bullet A Physics Model for the RoboCup 3D Soccer Simulation
bullet Carlos Bustamante, César Flores and Leonardo Garrido

Modeling and Simulation with the Brahms Agent Environment
Part 1 - Tuesday, 27 March 2007, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Part 2 - Wednesday, 28 March 2007, 1:00pm - 5:00pm

bullet Presenters
bullet Maarten Sierhuis, Ph.D., USRA/RIACS - NASA Ames Research Center
bullet Chin Seah, SAIC- NASA Ames Research Center

Session 7: Formal Models
Wednesday, 8:30am - 10:00am

bullet Complexities of Simulating a Hybrid Agent-Landscape Model Using Multi-Formalism Composability
bullet Gary Mayer and Hessam Sarjoughian
bullet Genetic Algorithms for Agent-Based Infrastructure Interdependency Modeling and Analysis
bullet May Permann
bullet Understanding Organizational Congruence: Formal Models and Simulations
bullet Virginia Dignum
bullet An Exposure Study of Technology Transaction
bullet Hui-Hua Ou-Yang

Modeling and Simulation with the Brahms Agent Environment
Part 1 - Tuesday, 27 March 2007, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Part 2 - Wednesday, 28 March 2007, 1:00pm - 5:00pm

bullet Presenters
bullet Maarten Sierhuis, Ph.D., USRA/RIACS - NASA Ames Research Center
bullet Chin Seah, SAIC- NASA Ames Research Center

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40th Annual Simulation Symposium (ANSS)
bullet General Chair: Taieb Znati, University of Pittsburgh
bullet Program Chair: Helen Karatza, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

ANSS Locations at-a-Glance

bullet Monday => Marriott 1 (Marriott Ballroom - Fourth Floor)
bullet Tuesday & Wednesday => Hampton 2 (Hampton Roads Ballroom - Third Floor)

Monday, 1:00pm - 2:00pm
ANSS Keynote Address

bullet Professor Taieb Znati, University of Pittsburgh, USA

Monday, 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Session 1: Queueing Network Modeling and Simulation
Chair: Taieb Znati University of Pittsburgh, USA

bullet The JMT Simulator for Performance Evaluation of Non-Product-Form Queueing Networks
bullet M. Bertoli, G.Casale and G.Serazzi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
bullet Modeling Network Memory Servers with Parallel Processors, Break-Downs and Repairs
bullet O. Gemikonakli, G. Mapp, E. Ever and D. Thakker, Middlesex University, UK

Monday, 3:30pm - 6:00pm
Session 2: Service-Oriented Computing and Network Modeling and Simulation
Chair: Helen Karatza, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

bullet Enabling Large-Scale Peer-to-Peer Stored Video Streaming Service
bullet Masaru Okuda, Murray State University, USA; Taieb Znati, University of Pittsburgh, USA
bullet Modeling Churn in Peer-to-Peer Networks
bullet Octavio Herrera, Telecommunications Program, Pittsburgh, USA; Taieb Znati, University of Pittsburgh, USA
bullet Dynamic Collaboration Simulation in Service-Oriented Computing Paradigm
bullet Wei-Tek Tsai, Qian Huang, Xin Sun and Yinong Chen, Arizona State University, USA
bullet Validation of a Load Shared Integrated Network with Heterogeneous Services
bullet S. J. Lincke, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, USA
bullet Scalable Data Collection Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks with Multiple Mobile Sinks
bullet Athanasios Kinalis and Sotiris Nikoletseas, Computer Technology Institute, and University of Patras, Greece

Tuesday, 8:30am - 10:00am
Session 3: Advances in Simulation Methodology and Practices
Chair: Norman Matloff, University of California at Davis, USA

bullet Mutation-Based Simulation Test Data Generation for Testing Complex Real-time Software
bullet Xiaoying Bai and Shufang Lee, Tsinghua University, China; Yinong Chen, Arizona State University, USA
bullet Seamless Simulation of Hybrid Systems with Discrete Event Software Packages
bullet James Nutaro, Teja Kuruganti and Mallikarjun Shankar, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
bullet Evaluating the design of biological cells using a computer workbench
bullet T.E. Pronk, S. Polstra, A.D. Pimentel and T.M. Breit, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Tuesday, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Session 4: Performance Modeling
Chair: Orhan Gemikonakli, Middlesex University, UK

bullet An Automatic Framework for Efficient Software Performance Evaluation and Optimization
bullet Chih-Chieh Hsu and Michael Devetsikiotis, North Carolina State University, USA
bullet Admission Control in Optical Label Switched Networks: A Dynamic QoS-based Approach
bullet Yassine Khlifi, Noureddine Boudriga, Mohammad S. Obaidat and Sihem Guemara-ElFatmi, University of November 7th at Carthage, Tunisia and Monmouth University, USA
bullet Revisiting the Issue of Performance Enhancement of Discrete Event Simulation Software
bullet Alex Bahouth, Steven Crites, Norman Matloff and Todd Williamson, University of California at Davis, USA
bullet Performance Analysis of an Optimistic Simulator for CD++
bullet Qi Liu and Gabriel Wainer, Carleton University, Canada

Tuesday, 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Session 5: Simulation Languages, Tools, and Environments
Chair: Robert Simon, George Mason University, USA

bullet Development and Realization of a Street Driving Simulator for Virtual Tour
bullet Lianxing Jia, Shigang Han, Lin Wang and Hua Liu, Communications Academy, Wuhan, China
bullet Plug'n Simulate
bullet Jan Himmelspach and Adelinde M. Uhrmacher, University of Rostock
bullet An Architecture for Rapidly Reconfigurable MOUT Simulations
bullet Shang-Ping Ting, Defence Science & Technology Agency, Singapore; Suiping Zhou, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Tuesday, 3:30pm - 6:00pm
Session 6: Distributed Systems and Network Modeling and Simulation I
Chair: Helen Karatza, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

bullet Evaluating of Interconnection Networks Using Full-System Simulators: Lessons Learned
bullet Javier Navaridas, Fco. Javier Ridruejo and Jose Miguel-Alonso, The University of the Basque Country, Spain
bullet JANE - The Java Ad Hoc Network Development Environment
bullet Daniel Görgen, University of Trier, Germany; Hannes Frey, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark; Christian Hiedels, Université du Luxembourg, Luxembourg
bullet The Impact of the Mobility Model on Delay Tolerant Networking Performance Analysis
bullet Muhammad Abdulla and Robert Simon, George Mason University, USA
bullet Service differentiation and QoS in a scalable content-aware load balancing algorithm
bullet Katja Gilly and Salvador Alcaraz, Universidad Miguel Hernández, Spain; Carlos Juiz and Ramon Puigjaner, Universitat de les Illes Balears, Spain
bullet A Typology for Resource Profiling and Modeling
bullet Charles M. Jenkins and Stephen V. Rice, The University of Mississippi,USA

Wednesday, 8:30am - 10:00am
Session 7: VLSI Circuit Simulation - Distributed Simulation
Chair: Angelo Furfaro, University of Calabria, Italy

bullet Performance Comparison of Chip-level Equalizers in the HSDPA System
bullet Minjae Park, Woonsik Lee, Moohong Lee and Hwang Soo Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
bullet Using Simulated Fault Injection for Fault Tolerance Assesment of Quantum Circuits
bullet Oana Boncalo, Mihai Udrescu, Lucian Prodan, Mircea Vlăduţiu and Alexandru Amăricăi, "Politehnica" University of Timisoara, Romania
bullet Working Set Based Scheduling in Time Warp Simulations
bullet Malolan Chetlur, AT&T, Cincinnati, USA; Philip A. Wilsey, Experimental Computing Laboratory, Cincinnati, USA

Wednesday, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Session 8: Parallel and Distributed Simulation
Chair: Philip A. Wilsey, Clifton Labs, Cincinnati, USA

bullet An agent infrastructure for distributed simulations over the HLA and a case study using unmanned aerial vehicles
bullet F. Cicirelli, A. Furfaro, A. Giordano and L. Nigro, University of Calabria, Italy
bullet A Performance Evaluation of Distributed Framework for Mining Wireless Sensor Databases
bullet Azzedine Boukerche and Samer Samarah, University of Ottawa, Canada
bullet An Accurate and Efficient Time-Division Parallelization of Cycle Accurate Architectural Simulators
bullet M. Yano, T. Takasaki and T. Nakada, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan; H. Nakashima, Toyohashi University of Technology and Kyoto University, Japan
bullet MDL, A Domain-Specific Language for Molecular Dynamics
bullet Trevor Cickovski, Chris Sweet and Jesús A. Izaguirre, University of Notre Dame, USA

Wednesday, 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Session 9: Distributed Systems and Network Modeling and Simulation II
Chair: Constandinos X. Mavromoustakis, INTERCOLLEGE, Cyprus

bullet GISE: A Data Access and Integration Service of Epidemiological Data for a Grid-Based Monitoring and Simulation System
bullet Eduardo Gallo, Henrique Fabricio Gagliardi, Virgilio Cavicchioli Neto, Domingos Alves, and Fabricio Alves Barbosa da Silva, Universidade Católica de Santos, Brazil
bullet Failure Prediction in Computational Grids
bullet Woochul Kang and Andrew Grimshaw, University of Virginia, USA
bullet Effects of Low-Quality Computation Time Estimates in Policed Schedulers
bullet Justin M. Wozniak, Yingxin Jiang and Aaron Striegel, University of Notre Dame, USA

Wednesday, 3:30pm - 6:00pm
Session 10: Distributed Systems and Network Modeling and Simulation III
Chair: Fabricio Alves Barbosa da Silva, Universidade Católica de Santos, Brazil

bullet Kiltera: A Simulation Language for Timed, Dynamic Structure Systems
bullet Ernesto Posse and Hans Vangheluwe, McGill University, Canada
bullet Vehicular Mobility Simulation for VANETs
bullet Marco Fiore, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; Jérôme Härri, Fethi Filali and Christian Bonnet, Institut Eurecom, France
bullet Performance Measures of Stream-Oriented Power Consumption for Asymmetrical Communication in Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks
bullet Constandinos X. Mavromoustakis, INTERCOLLEGE, Cyprus; Helen D. Karatza, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
bullet A Consistency Model for Highly Interactive Multi-player Online Games
bullet Suiping Zhou and Haifeng Shen, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
bullet Graphic visualization of the 802.11 DCF protocol under the NS-2 simulator
bullet Ryad Ben-El-Kezadri, Université de Paris VI, France and University of Manouba, Tunis; Farouk Kamoun, University of Manouba, Tunis

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Business and Industry Symposium (BIS)
bullet General Chair: Dr. Maurice J. Ades, Westinghouse Savannah River Company, USA
bullet Program Chairs:
bullet Thong Hang, Savannah River National Laboratory, USA
bullet Larry M. Deschaine, SAIC (USA) and Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)

BIS Locations at-a-Glance

bullet Monday => Marriott 2 (Marriott Ballroom - Fourth Floor)
bullet Tuesday => James III (Marriott Ballroom - Fourth Floor)
bullet Wednesday => Hampton 2 (Hampton Ballroom - Third Floor)

Keynote Panel
Monday 1:30pm - 3:00 pm

bullet Dr. C. Michael Overstreet (Associate Professor of Computer Science, Old Dominion University, Virginia, USA) explores a technique for gaining inside models: formal analysis of model specifications. Although insights may come from various activities (e.g., observing behaviors exhibited by the model, analysis of data produced by the model, or experimenting with the model by using different data or changing the model structure), the presented approach can complement those commonly used approaches by revealing interesting model properties that would otherwise not be recognized.
bullet Dr. Frank G. Smith, III (Savannah River National Laboratory, USA) presents a brief history of dynamic modeling in the chemical process industry and discusses its status today. One factor significantly complicating dynamic chemical process modeling is the need to evaluate physical properties during the calculation. Several examples from experience with dynamic process modeling at the Savannah River National Laboratory will be used to illustrate current modeling techniques. Finally, there will be a brief discussion of future trends in dynamic process modeling.

Track 1: Industrial Simulation
Track Chairs:
T. Hang, Savannah River National Laboratory, USA
L.M. Deschaine, SAIC, USA

Session 1: Panel Discussion
Monday 3:30pm - 5:00 pm
Chair: M. McGinnis, UCLA, Old Dominion University, USA
Topic: Applications of Modeling and Simulation

Session 2: Industrial Processes
Tuesday 8:30am - 10:00am
Chairs: R.Nickel, RWTH Aachen University, Germany; T. Hang, Savannah River National Laboratory, USA

bullet The Application of Spectral Analysis in the Numerical Homogenization of Non-Periodic Structures
bullet K. Bobzin, R. Nickel, D. Parkot, T. Kashko, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
bullet Dynamically Simulating and Visualizing the Engineering Specification of High Power Supply Test System
bullet Y. Zhang, Teradyne, Inc., USA
bullet A Simulation Study for the Design of Transmission Case Line in an Automotive Factory
bullet D.H. Moon, T. Xu, S.G. Baek, J.S. Lee, Changwon National University, Korea, and W.Y. Shin, GM Daewoo Auto & Technology, Korea

Tuesday 10:30am - 12:00pm
Session 3: Environmental Technology
Chair: L.B. Collard, Savannah River National Laboratory, USA

bullet Modeling of the Sub-Surface Reducing Environment of the Z-Area Saltstone Disposal Facility at the Savannah River Site
bullet T. Hang, D.I. Kaplan, Savannah River National Laboratory, USA
bullet Flood Plain Modeling for Paddy's Run at the DOE Fernald Site, OH
bullet M.H. Zaluski, M. Ewanic, S. Dunstan, MSE Technology Applications, USA
bullet Sensitivity Analysis for I-129 Wastes: Effect of Hydraulic Conductivity
bullet M.J. Ades, Washington Savannah River Company, USA, L.B. Collard, Savannah River National Laboratory, USA

Tuesday 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Session 4: Optimization / Decision Analysis
Chairs: M.H. Zaluski, MSE Technology Applications, USA; A.G. Bruzzone, University of Genoa, Italy

bullet Solving Discrete Resource Allocation Problems using the Simultaneous Perturbation Stochastic Approximation (SPSA) Algorithm
bullet O. Brooks, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, USA
bullet Hampton Roads Hurricane Evacuation Arterial Routes Preliminary Study
bullet Y. Shen, J. Sokolowski, Old Dominion Univesity, USA
bullet Application of a multi-criteria simulation optimization based DSS
bullet A. Azadeh, S.F. Ghaderi, A. Dabbaghi, M. Dehghanbaghi, University of Tehran, Iran

Tuesday 3:30pm - 5:00 pm
Session 5: Operations / Manufacturing Technology
Chairs: A.G. Bruzzone, University of Genoa, Italy; L.B. Collard, Savannah River National Laboratory, USA

bullet Modeling and Simulation Based Approach for Optimizing Seal Press Workstation in a Manufacturing System
bullet G. De Sensi, F. Longo, G. Mirabelli, University of Calabria, Italy
bullet Simulation Based Analysis on Different Logistics Solutions for Fresh Food Supply Chain
bullet A.G. Bruzzone, University of Genova, Italy, M. Massei, S. Poggi, Liophant Simulation, Italy
bullet A Case Study of 3D Simulation for Developing Automatic Assembly Line in the Phone-Camera Industry
bullet D.H Moon, S.G. Baek, J.S. Lee, B.L. Zhang, Y.W. Shin, Changwon National University, Korea, Y.K. Kim, Yoosung Precision Co. Ltd., Korea

Session 6: Model Analysis/Simulation Technology I
Wednesday 8:30am - 10:00am
Chairs: C.M. Overstreet, Old Dominion University, USA; M.S. Burgin, UCLA, USA

bullet pRIPPLE: A parallel version of a polynomial-time piecewise linear estimation algorithm
bullet M.A. Iyer, L.T. Watson, J.B. Birch, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
bullet Understanding the Structure of Power Law Networks
bullet R.K. Kincaid, M.J. Holroyd, C. Gatz, College of William & Mary, USA
bullet Gaining Acceptance of Simulation - A Social Challenge
bullet A. Greasly, Aston Business School, UK

Session 7: Model Analysis/Simulation Technology II
Wednesday 10:30am - 12:00pm
Chairs: M.S. Burgin, UCLA, USA; C.M. Overstreet, Old Dominion University, USA

bullet Generating Exact D-Optimal Designs for Polynomial Models
bullet J.E. Boon, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, USA
bullet Mixed-Integer Programming and Constrained Discrimination Model for Credit Screening
bullet P. Brooks, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA, E. Lee, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
bullet Evolutionary Processes in Modeling and Simulation
bullet M.J. Ades, Washington Savannah River Company, USA, M.S. Burgin, UCLA, USA

Track 2: Business Simulation
Chair: M.J. Ades, Washington Savannah River Company, USA

Session 1: Business Simulation
Wednesday 1:30 pm- 3:00 pm
Chair: M.J. Ades, Washington Savannah River Company, USA

bullet Models of Malicious Behavior in Sponsored Search
bullet G. Iyengar, Columbia University, USA, D. Phillips, College of William & Mary, USA, C. Stein, Columbia University, USA
bullet Simulation in Business and Industry: How Simulation Context Can Affect Simulation Practice?
bullet R. Ahmed, University of Teesside, UK, S. Robinson, Warwick Business School, UK

Track 3: International Industrial Simulation
Chair: M.J. Ades, Washington Savannah River Company, USA

Session 1: International Industrial Simulation Round Table Discussion
Wednesday 3:30 pm- 5:00 pm
Chair: M.J. Ades, Washington Savannah River Company, USA
Topic: Overview and Status of Simulation in the World and Applications

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10th Communications and Networking Simulation Symposium (CNS)
bullet General Chair: Dr. George F. Riley, Georgia Institute of Technology
bullet Co-Chair:  Dr. Hassan Rajaei, Bowling Green State University
bullet Program Chair: Dr. Aftab Ahmad, Norfolk Sate University

CNS Locations at-a-Glance

bullet Monday => Marriott 3 (Marriott Ballroom - Fourth Floor)
bullet Tuesday & Wednesday => Marriott 2 (Marriott Ballroom - Fourth Floor)

Session: Internet Modeling
Monday, 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Chair: Dr. George Riley

bullet Planning and Optimization of Multi-Service IP Networks
bullet Thi-Thanh-Mai Hoang
bullet Eve: A Measurement-Centric Emulation Environment for Adaptive Internet Servers
bullet Hani Jamjoom, Chang-Hao Tsai, Kang Shin and Sharad Singhal
bullet ChunkSim: Simulating Peer-to-Peer Content Distribution
bullet Jussi Kangasharju, Uwe Schmidt, Dirk Bradler and Julian Schrŕder-Bernhardi
bullet E2E Performance based AS-level Internet Modeling
bullet Xiong Huan and Chen Ming

Session: Sensor Networks
Monday, 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Chair: Dr. Hala ElAarag

bullet Wireless Sensor Networks: Guidelines for Development and a Survey of Current Research
bullet Christopher Mann, Rusty Baldwin and Barry Mullins
bullet An Efficient and Secure Aggregation of Encrypted Data in Wireless Sensor Network
bullet Xinyang Huang and Ming Yang
bullet Energy efficient radio range allocation in ad hoc wireless sensor networks
bullet Qasim Iqbal, David Holding, Keith Blow and Gao Quang
bullet Analyzing the performance of a Self Organizing framework for Wireless Sensor-Actuator Networks
bullet Muhammad Farukh Munir

Session: Simulation Methods
Tuesday, 8:30am - 10:00am
Chair: Prof. Axel Lehmann

bullet Automatic Induction of Inter-Domain Hierarchy in Randomly Generated Network Topologies
bullet Weisser Marc-Antoine and Tomasik Joanna
bullet Mean Value Load Identification and Queuing-theoretical Modeling of wired and wireless LAN
bullet Andriy Luntovskyy, Stefan Uhlig, Dietbert Guetter, Volodymyr Vasyutynskyy and Alexander Schill
bullet A System Model for Formal Verification of TLM based Transaction Properties
bullet Alexander Pacholik and Wolfgang Fengler
bullet Performance Model of a Multiprocessor Interconnection Network: Theory and Simulation.
bullet Yelena Rykalova and Lev B. Levitin

Session: Quality of Service (QoS)
Tuesday, 10:30am - 12:00pm
Chair: Dr. A. Ahmad

bullet Evaluating QoS performance of streaming video on IPv4 & IPv6 protocols
bullet Mohiuddin Ahmed, Adam Suhaimi, Shoyeeb Faisal and Shariq Haseeb
bullet Enhancing ns-2 with DiffServ QoS features
bullet Christos Bouras, Dimitris Primpas and Kostas Stamos
bullet 2WINA n Efficient Call Admission Control Scheme for Quality of Service in Broadband Multimedia LEO Satellite Networks
bullet Syed Rashid Ali Rizvi, Stephan Olariu and Mona El-Kadi Rizvi
bullet Role Based Access Control for Wireless Adhoc Networks
bullet Qurban Memon, Shakil Akhtar and Alaa Aly

Session: Advanced Communications Methodologies
Tuesday, 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Chair: Dr. A. Abhari

bullet Development of Grid Resource Discovery Service Based on Semantic Information
bullet Seyed Mehdi Reza Beheshti and Mohsen Sadighi Moshkenani
bullet A Zone Based Architecture for Massively Multiuser Simulations
bullet Ihab Kazem, Dewan Tanvir Ahmed and Shervin Shirmohammadi
bullet HEAP: Hop-by-hop Efficient Authentication Protocol For Mobile Ad-hoc Networks
bullet Rehan Akbani, Turgay Korkmaz and G.V.S. Raju
bullet Improving the Performance of Apache Web Server
bullet Abdolreza Abhari, Adam Serbinski and Miso Gusic

Session: Network Security Tutorial
Tuesday, 3:30pm - 5:30
Chair: Dr. Mohiuddin Ahmed

bullet Applying Network Security: Problems and Solutions
bullet Susan Lincke

Session: Traffic Modeling
Wednesday, 8:30am - 10:00am
Chair: Dr. A. Ahmad

bullet Impact of Simulation Tool on TCP Performance Results: A Case Study with ns-2 and Opnet
bullet Sungsoo Kim and Cynthia Hood
bullet A New Model for MPEG Video Traffic at the Frame Level Using Self-similar Processes
bullet Maria-Estrella Sousa-Vieira, Jose-Carlos Lopez-Ardao and Raul-Fernando Rodriguez-Rubio
bullet Three Propositions about Distributions of Network Traffic
bullet Chen Ming, Pei Ling_Bo and Liang Wen
bullet On The Road Towards The Comprehension Of The Internet Traffic Behavior: Simulation And Analysis Of An End-To-End Connection With NS-2
bullet Foued Melakessou, Ulrich Sorger and Zdzislaw Suchanecki

Session: Advanced Networking Frame Works
Wednesday, 10:30am - 12:00pm
Chair: Dr. Susan Lincke

bullet Modeling of Common Radio Resource Management Scenarios
bullet Andreas Pillekeit, Fariborz Derakhshan and Bruno Mueller-Clostermann
bullet A New TCP and UDP Network Benchmark Suite
bullet Yu-Ju Lin, Richard Newman and Haniph Latchman
bullet A Shared-View Web-Based Environment for Training
bullet Hassan Rajaei and Allan Dieball
bullet Automate the Performance Test of RNC using 3G Tools GUI
bullet Mark Guo, Jun Jiang and Alps He
bullet Measurement Based Methods for WCDMA Radio Network Design Verification
bullet Jaana Laiho, Achim Wacker and Susanne Miller

Session: Wireless Networks
Wednesday, 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Chair: Dr. Alex Lehman

bullet Preemptive Dynamic Source Routing : A Repaired Backup Approach
bullet Susmit Maity, Soumen Saha and Sk. Sahanawaj
bullet Wireless IPv6 simulator: SimulX
bullet Nicolas Montavont, Julien Montavont and Safa Hachana
bullet An Architecture for Wireless Simulation in NS-2 Applied to Impulse-Radio Ultra-Wide Band Networks
bullet Ruben Merz, Jean-Yves Le Boudec and Joerg Widmer
bullet NS2 based simulation framework to evaluate the performance of Wireless Distribution Systems
bullet Amine Dhraief, Abdelfattah Belghith, Nicolas Montavont, Jean-Marie Bonnin and Mohamed Kassab

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DOD Architecture Framework Modeling (DAFM)
bullet General Chair: John A. Hamilton, Jr., Auburn University

Monday 1:30 - 3:00 pm, Marriott 6

bullet A Security-Centric Ring-Based Software Architecture
bullet Jay-Evan Tevis and Drew Hamilton
bullet DODAF Limitations and Enhancements for the Capability Test Methodology
bullet David Dryer, Thomas Bock, Maria Broschi and Timothy Beach
bullet Executable Architecture Analysis Modeling
bullet Johnny Garcia

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DEVS Integrative M&S Symposium (DEVS)
bullet General Chair: James Nutaro, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
bullet Program Chair: Xiaolin Hu, Georgia State University, USA

DEVS Locations at-a-Glance

bullet Tuesday & Wednesday => Hampton 6 (Hampton Roads Ballroom - Third Floor)

DEVS'07 Keynote
Tuesday, 8:30am - 10:00am
Mayerlin Uzcategui, CESIMO, Mérida, Venezuela

Session: DEVS Foundations
Tuesday, 10:30am - 12:00am

bullet System Modeling with Mixed Object and Data Models
bullet Hessam Sarjoughian and Flasher Robert
bullet Discrete event modeling through a multi-formalism approach, from a user-oriented perspective
bullet Hernan Dacharry and Norbert Giambiasi
bullet Easy DEVS
bullet Mamadou Kaba Traoré

Session: Applications
Tuesday, 1:30pm - 3:00pm

bullet Modeling And Simulation oriented components of Wireless Sensor Network using DEVS formalism
bullet Thierry Antoine-Santoni, Jean-François Santucci, Emmanuelle De Gentili and Bernadette Costa
bullet Analysis of a submarine's evasive capability against a antisubmarine warfare torpedo using DEVS modeling and simulation
bullet Jung-Ho Kang, Sung-Jun Lee, Ju-Hwan Cha, Seong-Jin Yoo, Hyo-Kwang Lee, Kyu-Yeul Lee, Tae-Wan Kim, Doo-Yeoun Cho, Myeong-Jo Son and Yong-Seog Ko
bullet Complex System Simulation: DEVS Implementation of the valley fever model
bullet Rajanikanth Jammalamadaka, Mark Gettings, Mark Bultman, Bernard Zeigler and Ming Zhang
bullet Simulation-based Architectural Design and Implementation of a Real-time Collaborative Editing System
bullet Jon Preston, Xiaolin Hu and Sushil Prasad

Session: Modeling and Simulation Methods: Part 1
Tuesday, 3:30pm - 5:00pm

bullet DEVS/NS-2 Environment; Integrated Tool for Efficient Networks Modeling and Simulation
bullet Taekyu Kim, Moon Ho Hwang, Doohwan Kim and Bernard P. Zeigler
bullet LSIS_DME M&S Environment Extended by Dynamic Hierarchical Structure DEVS Modeling Approach
bullet Lassaad Baati, Claudia Frydman, and Norbert Giambiasi
bullet CD++Builder: an Eclipse-based IDE for DEVS modeling
bullet Chiril Chidisiuc and Gabriel A. Wainer

Session: Collaborative Execution and System Modeling over SOA
Wednesday, 8:30am - 10:00am

bullet Studying the Impact of Web-Services Implementation of Distributed Simulation of DEVS and Cell-DEVS Models
bullet Rami Madhoun and Gabriel Wainer
bullet A W3C XML Schema for DEVS Scenarios
bullet José Luis Risco-Martín, Saurabh Mittal, Miguel Ángel López-Peńa and Jesús Manuel de la Cruz García
bullet DEVSML: Automating DEVS Execution Over SOA Towards Transparent Simulators
bullet Saurabh Mittal, Jose Luis Risco-Martin and Bernard Zeigler

Session: Modeling and Simulation Methods: Part 2
Wednesday, 10:30 - 12:00

bullet DEVS Generator Model Creation by Source Data and DEVS Model Aggregation
bullet Saehoon Cheon and Bernard Zeigler
bullet Parallel and distributed simulation of Parallel DEVS models
bullet Jan Himmelspach, Roland Ewald, Stefan Leye and Adelinde M. Uhrmacher
bullet The event queue problem and PDEVS
bullet Jan Himmelspach and Adelinde M. Uhrmacher

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High Performance Computing Symposium (HPC)
bullet General Chair: Layne Watson, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
bullet Program Chairs:
bullet Tomasz Haupt, Mississippi State University
bullet Masha Sosonkina, Scalable Computing Laboratory, DOE - Ames Lab. at Iowa State University
bullet Cliff Shaffer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

HPC Locations at-a-Glance

bullet Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday => Marriott 4 (Marriott Ballroom - Fourth Floor)

Session 1: High Performance Computing Symposium Keynote Address
Monday, 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Session Chair: Layne Watson

bullet Mathematical Software for High-end Computational Science and Engineering
bullet David Keyes, Columbia University

Session 2: High Performance Applications
Monday, 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Session Chair: Tomasz Haupt

bullet Fusing and Composing Macromolecular Regulatory Network Models
bullet Ranjit Randhawa, Clifford A. Shaffer, and John J. Tyson, Virginia Tech
bullet Biomolecular Network Simulator: Software for Stochastic Simulation of Cellular Biological Processes
bullet Yaroslav Chushak, US Army Medical Research and Material Command; Brent Foy, Wright State University; John Frazier, AFRL
bullet A Shared Memory Parallel Algorithm for Hybrid Image Classification
bullet Rhonda Phillips, Layne Watson, and Randolph Wynne, Virginia Tech

Tuesday, 8:30am - 10:00am
Session 3: Problem-Solving Environments and High Performance Software Tools
Session Chair: Adrian Sandu

bullet Simulation of a Complex Distributed Real-Time Database System
bullet Waqar Haque and Paul Stokes, University of Northern British Columbia
bullet Dynamic Scheduling in Parallel Answer Set Programming Solvers
bullet Hung Viet Le and Enrico Pontelli, New Mexico State University
bullet Overcoming the processor communication overhead in MPI applications
bullet Gabriel Mateescu, National Research Council, Canada

Session 4: Special Session: Component-based High Performance Applications
Tuesday, 10:30am - 12:00pm
Session Chair: Masha Sosonkina

bullet Application of the SALOME Software Architecture to Nuclear Reactor Research
bullet Vincent Bergeaud and Marc Tajchman, CEA/DEN, France
bullet A Hybrid Decomposition Scheme for Building Scientific Workflows
bullet Wei Lu, Indiana University; Kenneth Chiu, SUNY Binghamton; Satoshi Shirasuna, Indiana University; Dennis Gannon, Indiana University
bullet Analyzing the Impact of Computational Heterogeneity on Runtime Performance of Parallel Scientific Components
bullet Sumir Chandra, Rutgers University; Manish Parashar, Rutgers University; Jaideep Ray, Sandia National Laboratories

Tuesday, 12:00 - 01:30 Lunch
HPC 2008 Planning Meeting

Session 5: Parallel Algorithms and Architectures
Tuesday, 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Session Chair: Will Thacker

bullet Performance of Stabilized Explicit Time Integration Methods For Parallel Air Quality Models
bullet Anurag Srivastava, John C. Linford, and Adrian Sandu, Virginia Tech
bullet Optimization Algorithms for Multi-service IP Network Planning
bullet Thi-Thanh-Mai Hoang, University of Potsdam, Germany
bullet Experimental Evaluation of Infiniband Transport over Local and Wide-Area Networks
bullet Steven Carter, Makia Minich, and Nageswara S. V. Rao, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Session 6: Grid Computing
Tuesday, 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Session Chair: Cliff Shaffer

bullet 2-step Algorithm for Enhancing Effectiveness of Sender-based Message Logging
bullet Jinho Ahn, Kyonggi University, South Korea
bullet C++ Reflection for High Performance Problem Solving Environments
bullet Tharaka Devadithya, Indiana University; Kenneth Chiu, SUNY Binghamton; Wei Lu, Indiana University
bullet BXSA for Fast Processing of Scientific Data
bullet Tharaka Devadithya, Indiana University; Zongde Liu, SUNY Binghamton; Nayef Abu-Ghazaleh, SUNY Binghamton; Wei Lu, Indiana University; Kenneth Chiu, SUNY Binghamton; Stephane Ethier, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

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Military Modeling and Simulation Symposium (MMS)   Co-Sponsored by the DoD Modeling and Simulation Steering Committee
bullet General Chair: John M. D. Hill, US Military Academy
bullet Program Chair: Timothy G. Nix, U.S. Army

MMS Locations at-a-Glance

bullet Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday => Marriott 5 (Marriott Ballroom - Fourth Floor)

Monday, 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Convergence of Military Simulation and Computer Game Technologies
Roger Smith, CTO PEO-STRI

Session: Training, Exercises, and Military Operations
Monday, 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Session Chair: Kevin McClung, Director, National Simulation Center

bullet Bridging the Gap for Embedded Modeling and Simulation
bullet Gregg Stubbendieck and Jeff Abbott
bullet CROSSFIRE: An IDE for Operational Training
bullet Jim Goodwin, Richard Jones and Garry Morissette
bullet Joint Operation Logistics Transformation and Training
bullet Dan Bitts, Chris Blancett, Johnny Garcia, Kate Nguyen, Cynthia Tavarez

Session: The Next Step: Game-Based Technologies I
Tuesday, 8:30am - 10:00am
Session Chair: Peter Schrider, Business Development Executive, Breakaway, Ltd.

bullet Using Commercial Game Technology for the Visualization and Control of Constructive Simulations
bullet Ryan McAlinden and William Clevenger
bullet Constructive Simulation versus Serious Games - A Canadian Case Study
bullet Paul Roman and Doug Brown
bullet Generating Real 3D Virtual Worlds from Imperfect Data
bullet Don Goddard, Paul Mauritz and Frank Vivirito

Panel: Meeting the Demands of the M&S Workforce
Tuesday, 10:30am - 12:00pm
Moderator: Catherine Banks, Virginia Modeling, Analysis, and Simulation Center

bullet Invited Speakers:
bullet Dr. John Sokolowski - Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center
bullet Dr. Andrew Loerch - George Mason University
bullet Mr. Curt Blais - Naval Post Graduate School
bullet Mr. Robert Bowers - Maersk Line Limited
bullet Mr. John Dannon - Lockheed Martin

Session: Research, Development, and Acquisition / Advanced Concepts and Requirements
Tuesday, 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Session Chair: Michael Coville, Booz Allen Hamilton

bullet Comparison and Justification of Science and Technology Needs for Modeling and Simulation Across the Department of Defense
bullet Steven Gordon
bullet Modeling and Simulation in the Analysis of a Joint Test and Evaluation Methodology
bullet Mark Fiebrandt, Christine Mills and Timothy Beach
bullet The Air Assault Expeditionary Force (AAEF) Experiment: Examining the Impact of Technology on Battle Command Using Live, Virtual and Constructive Simulation
bullet Robert Lehnherr and Steven Strukel

Session: Entity and System Modeling / Behaviors
Tuesday, 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Session Chair: John Surdu, DARPA

bullet Modeling Concurrent, Interacting Behavior Moderators for Simulation-Based Acquisition Tasks
bullet W. Scott Neal Reilly, Karen A. Harper and Stephen Marotta
bullet Integrating Culture, Crowds and Non-lethal Effects into a Constructive Simulation for Training and Experimentation
bullet Michael Hoffman and Josh Jackson

Session: The Next Step: Game-Based Technologies II
Wednesday, 8:30am - 10:00am
Session Chair: Peter Schrider, Business Development Executive, Breakaway, Ltd.

bullet Using Gaming Technology to Model and Predict Target Movement
bullet Ken Doris and David Silvia
bullet Avoid painting walls with a hammer: A methodology for selecting COTS/GOTS games for military training
bullet Joseph Nolan
bullet Emerging Technology for Military Game-Based Training
bullet Alicia Sanchez and Peter A. Smith

Session: Networks / Command & Control
Wednesday, 10:30am - 12:00pm
Session Chair: Donald Kroening, Booz Allen Hamilton

bullet Modeling Network Attack in an Aggregate Simulation
bullet John Donovan
bullet Cross Command Collaboration Effort
bullet Brian Hobson and Donald Kroening
bullet Private Overlay Multicast for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency Collaboration Center (DCC)
bullet Dennis Moen and Mark Pullen

Session: Physical Modeling & Effects
Wednesday, 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Chair: Michael J. Chinni, US ARMY - RDECOM - ARDEC

bullet Energy Based Aerodynamic Modeling: Increasing Fidelity of Fixed-Wing Constructive Entities
bullet Mitchell Pohlman and Clinton Kam
bullet Determining the Electrical Gradients of Electromagnetic Launchers Using the Transmission Line Model
bullet Mark Johnson, Paul Cote and Krystyna Truszkowska

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Symposium on Simulation Software Security (SSSS)
bullet General Chair: Chwan-Hwa "John" Wu, Auburn University

Session 1
Tuesday, 8:30am - 10:00, York 1

bullet Modeling and Analysis Of Worm Defense Using Stochastic Activity Networks
bullet David Nicol, Steve Hanna, William Sanders and Frank Stratton, University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign
bullet A Performance Analysis Of The Spring Protocol Through Simulation
bullet Kevin Richardson, Drew Hamilton and Martin Carlisle, Auburn University
bullet Using Identity-Based Privacy-Protected Access Control Filter (IPACF) To Against Denial Of Service Attacks and Protect User Privacy
bullet Chwan-Hwa "John" Wu, Chun-Ching Andy Huang and J. David Irwin, Auburn University

Session 2
Tuesday, 10:30am - 12:00pm, York 1

bullet Invited Paper: Bringing Knowledge To Network Defense
bullet Leigh Flagg, Gordon Streeter and Andrew Potter, Sentar.Com
bullet Computer Defense Using Artificial Intelligence
bullet Winard Britt, Sundeep Gopalaswamy, John Hamilton, Gerry Dozier and Kai Chang, Auburn University
bullet Defending Against Data Forwarding Misbehavior In Sensor Networks By Quasi-Multipath Technique: Models and Simulation
bullet Men Long and Chwan-Hwa "John" Wu, Auburn University

Tuesday, 1:30pm - 3:00pm, York I
Plenary Talk: Simulation Software Security for the Semantic Web
Richard Toliver, Teledyne Solutions, Inc.

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